Pay of half Nigeria’s top-earning CEOs not justified by companies’ performance — Report
In 2019 financial year, only a few top CEOs were able to reflect their increased pay in their companies’ corporate earnings
ANALYSIS: What to know about China loans and their implications for Nigeria
China is known for its debt-trap diplomacy and Nigeria has to be careful not to lose valuable natural assets and sovereignty to that country.
Airtel MD at UBA series, urges SMEs to invest in technology, localise supply chain
Speaking at UBA Business Series, Mr Ogunsanya admonishes SMEs to redefine their purposes.
Nigerian Stock Exchange reviews pension index, introduces new regulations
The Nigerian Stock Exchange introduced the Pension Index and exposed it to the investing public in 2015.
Nigeria’s health sector has massive wealth potential, says Polaris Bank MD, Abiru
The Polaris Bank MD says the coronavirus pandemic offers Nigeria an opportunity to improve its health sector.
ANALYSIS: How 12 years of unethical practices stunted growth of Nigeria’s solid minerals sector
This report analyses the 2007-2018 audits of the sector and identifies ways by which the sector can operate optimally.
In 2019, Lagos, Rivers, FCT, Ogun earned more than other 33 states combined — NBS
Lagos State alone accounted for about N400 billion of this figure. almost one-third of the total internal revenue of all the states and Abuja.
How COVID-19 can reset Africa — UBA’s Tony Elumelu
Mr Elumelu advocates martial plan to boost electricity and ease debt burden just as he wants youths prioritised as SMEs are empowered.
Polaris Bank now transformed for growth — Tokunbo Abiru
Polaris Bank says it is committed to the delivery of industry-defining products, and services, across all the sectors of the Nigerian economy.
Coronavirus: Another chance to transform the global food trade
While the full impact of the pandemic on food security is still unknown, it’s likely to take different shapes around the world.
Fidelity bank holds AGM, grosses N6.6bn in Q1 2020
Fidelity Bank begins the 2020 financial year on a positive note with the announcement of its unaudited results for the three months ended March 31, 2020.
Polaris Bank declares ₦27.8billion profit. for 2019
Polaris Bank describes itself as “a future-determining Bank committed to the delivery of industry-defining products and services.
NSE: Market capitalisation rises N77bn, amid renewed interest in blue chips
The market capitalisation which opened at N10.905 trillion rose by N77 billion or 0.71 per cent to close at N10.982 trillion.
INTERVIEW: Nigeria heading towards economic depression, not recession – Fasua
“Where is the plan from the Nigerian government? We are not thinking at all. Perhaps, we do not have the intellectual capacity to do that. Everybody is hiding now from coronavirus.”
ANALYSIS: COVID-19: The vampire That Sucks Economic Vitality
The reality of COVID-19 is beyond health implications, as economic implications also abound.
Profit taking: NSE market indicators down by 0.35 per cent
The All-Share Index (ASI) decreased by 101.13 points or 0.35 per cent to close at 28,432.27 against 28,533.40 recorded on Monday.
ANALYSIS: Shady practices by registered mining companies cost Nigeria billions of Naira
Six states in Nigeria have been identified as the top destinations for the illegal mining of solid minerals in the country.
How Nigerian banks can increase Loan to Deposit Ratio while minimising risk
The loan-to-deposit ratio (LDR) is used to assess a bank’s liquidity by comparing a bank’s total loans to its total deposits for the same period.
INTERVIEW: 60% of NEXIM’s strategic plan is to promote intra-African trade – MD
“Through our bank’s intervention, one of the companies we funded did the first major export of shea butter out of Nigeria in 2018.”